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Formula One's formidable Finn

Last year, Kimi Raikkonen would have won the French Grand Prix, had an oily patch not ruined his chances. At the recent Malaysian Grand Prix in Sepang, the 24-year-old Flying Finn finally got his crown and created history by becoming the second youngest driver to win a GP race. In this exclusive interview, KEE HUA CHEE discovers Raikonnen#8217;s impersonal and impossibly cool attitude is his best weapon in the fast and furious world he lives in.

Chinese flees from certain fate in vice

A 21-year-old Chinese national, who was kidnapped in China and taken to Myanmar and Thailand, managed to escape from her captors in Malacca after two weeks.

EPF exec pleads not guilty

An assistant manager of the Employees Provident Fund pleaded not guilty in a Sessions Court to cheating, abetting and using forged documents in the illegal withdrawal of RM150,000.

Combating terrorism

Malaysia#8217;s counter-terrorism centre, which is being set up in Kuala Lumpur, will likely be operational in about six months, Foreign Affairs Ministry Deputy Secretary General (Special Functions) Datuk N. Parameswaran said.

Man's body found on aircraft

A Japanese plane maintenance crew has found the decaying body of a young Asian male in the wheel compartment of an All Nippon Airways passenger plane from Hong Kong, police said Wednesday.

Nortel to focus on small and medium-sized businesses this year

NORTEL Networks Malaysia Sdn Bhd, a telecommunications equipment and solutions company, will focus on the small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) as part of its global marketing and channel initiatives this year.

Iraq crisis can lead to ‘race’ war

From DR COLLIN ABRAHAM of Kuala Lumpur.(via e-mail)

Temporary ban a positive sign

From CHAN LI JIN of Batu Caves.

Octogenarian leaves for home

Octogenarian Md Yassin Noordin Rowther finally has his wish fulfilled - to return to his ancestral home in Chennai to spend his remaining twilight years.

Kenya hear the call of the wild?

Growing up on a diet of wildlife documentaries, movies and TV fare set in Africa, b>N.H. Petra/bmade up her mind that one day, she would go and see the real thing. When she finally did, it was in grand style: a custom-made safari with three children in tow. In this exciting, humourous two part story, she recounts the sights, sounds and smells of camping in Kenya.